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Lady Thatcher remembered

Lady Thatcher (1925-2013), who has just passed away in London, made a particular point of attending the central event of the Australia Week celebrations in 2000. It is said of Lady Thatcher, that she of all politicians was known for exactly what she believed in and that moreover that she unswervingly followed those beliefs. Her attendance indicated her strong belief and appreciation of our country, our traditions, our values, our institutions and our successes, as well as our great contributions to the Commonwealth, the English speaking countries and indeed, to freedom itself. This is short anecdote concerning the event relayed to 2GB's Alan Jones.

2 MIN2013 APR 9
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Lady Thatcher remembered

Give us back our country

29 MIN2013 APR 7
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Give us back our country

Tony Abbott faces Richo & Alan Jones on renewable energy and CSG mining - 3 April 2013

On Foxtel's Sky News programme "Richo" on 3 April 2013 Opposition leader Tony Abbott faced tough questioning from Graham Richardson and 2GB's Alan Jones, ranging over renewable energy and CSG mining on prime agricultural land as well as superannuation changes.

12 MIN2013 APR 6
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Tony Abbott faces Richo & Alan Jones on renewable energy and CSG mining - 3 April 2013

Is NSW Premier O'Farrell Supporting Canberra in Gagging Free Speech?

Why is NSW Liberal Premier Barry O’Farrell siding with the Gillard government and Attorney General Nicola Roxon in proposing further restrictions on free speech? Why is Alan Jones to be called before the inquiry Premier O’Farrell set up? To find the answers, Andrew Moore interviewed Alan Jones on 2GB on 16 January 2012.

15 MIN2013 JAN 16
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Is NSW Premier O'Farrell Supporting Canberra in Gagging Free Speech?

States can stop CSG on prime agricultural,urban land - if they want to

In an interview with Alan Jones broadcast on 2GB on 12 December 2012 the NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell, the Premier said he was bound by coal seam gas (CSG) licences and exploration rights on prime agricultural and urban land and even near major dam catchment areas granted by the previous Labor government. If he did, he says, the government would be liable to pay massive compensation. Now in this interview broadcast on 14 December 2012 Alan Jones speaks to CANdo’s Professor David Flint. Flint argues that there is no constitutional or legal barrier to stop the Premier from acting in the way the voters at the last election expected. Parliament, he says, could stop these activities. Indeed he wonders why Parliament did not enact immediately after the last election a Protection of Prime Agricultural and Urban Land (including Water Catchments) Act, 2011 It will be said that if such a law empowered the government to act acts, investors would lose confidence. Some CSG miners who are lustin...

5 MIN2012 DEC 16
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States can stop CSG on prime agricultural,urban land - if they want to

Governments effectively stealing your property - and it's Australia

You think you own the dream property you scrimped to buy? That if it has to be taken for some public purpose, at least you will get fair compensation. Only Marxist, communist states take property without compensation. And that doesn’t happen in Australia . Not in our democracy. Well it does. Beware – governments can effectively steal your property, and give you nothing in return. Not only can they do this, they are doing it now along the New South Wales coast. Another reason why the people must be empowered to make our politicians accountable more than only once in every three or four years. They have to be made accountable on every day, of every week, and of every month. As they are in some other countries. All this is happening in the twenty first century in New South Wales as local councils rezone land as E2 and E3 zones under Local Environmental Plans (LEP’s)authorised by the NSW Parliament under previous Labor governments. The Coalition government has not been in a hurry to ...

8 MIN2012 SEP 23
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Governments effectively stealing your property - and it's Australia

Putting the boot into school cadet soldiers

Caught out trying to stop the funding of troops flying home for Christmas – while ministers fly the world first class going to nothing more than photo opportunities - the Gillard Government has worked out a new way to run down our defences. Now they’re putting the boot into those patriotic school boys and school girls who have volunteered as cadets. There are around 14,000 of them. Now among the core functions of government are the defence of the realm and securing our borders. On both counts this Gillard government has failed. They’ve reduced defence spending to the disastrous levels which prevailed when we went, unprepared, into the Second World War. They’ve thrown the borders open to illegal immigrants who are housed by the taxpayer, who invite in their relatives and most of whom are unemployed and on welfare even after five years here. Among some groups the employment rate is less than 10%. The Gillard government has showered the world with so called “aid” to buy a next to...

2 MIN2012 SEP 19
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Putting the boot into school cadet soldiers

Is that a rogue poll?

Four polls came out today and Labor is celebrating. Prematurely I think. Of the four, Newspoll alone gives Labor any comfort. Perhaps Mr. O’Shaughnessy should have run it again. Newpoll puts the two parties equal at 50:50. This is an improbable - but not impossible jump from last time. This result was 45: 50 in favour of the Coalition. What makes it look like a rogue poll is that all the other polls say the Coalition would win at least comfortably, although there is a warning in one aspect of Morgan. Newspoll says Julia Gillard is easily preferred as prime minister, rising from 39:38 to 46:32. Her disapproval rating fell 5 points from 57 to 52, and her approval rating rose similarly from 31 to to 36. Tony Abbott’s hardly changed – falling one point to an approval rating of 30% and rising up one on his disapproval rating to 60%. Nielsen says the Coalition prevails comfortably in the two party preferred 53:47. Worse for the government, Labor friendly Essential agrees but at 55:45. ...

6 MIN2012 SEP 17
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Is that a rogue poll?

People's power prevails -govt.backflip

Congratulations. People power - including the petition many of you signed on this site - has worked. The government has taken notice of your message to stop kicking our soldiers, sailors and airmen in the guts. They've given in – they've reinstated free flights home for single defence personnel over 21. Opposition spokesman Stuart Robinson MP says it's an embarrassing back flip for the government. He moved a motion in the House to disallow the regulations, and the government caved in. Now, he says, Australian sailors, soldiers and airmen and women can plan their leave While the budget measure was aimed at single defence personnel over 21, it was clear from what was being said that the Gillard government had younger and married personnel in their sights. This was decided while ministers and bureaucrats were happy to fly the world in first or business class, staying in five-star accommodation for talkfests, the communiqués for which have been written in advance. These important meet...

1 MIN2012 SEP 14
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People's power prevails -govt.backflip

Land sterilisation-it's official

3 MIN2012 SEP 13
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Land sterilisation-it's official

Latest Episodes

Lady Thatcher remembered

Lady Thatcher (1925-2013), who has just passed away in London, made a particular point of attending the central event of the Australia Week celebrations in 2000. It is said of Lady Thatcher, that she of all politicians was known for exactly what she believed in and that moreover that she unswervingly followed those beliefs. Her attendance indicated her strong belief and appreciation of our country, our traditions, our values, our institutions and our successes, as well as our great contributions to the Commonwealth, the English speaking countries and indeed, to freedom itself. This is short anecdote concerning the event relayed to 2GB's Alan Jones.

2 MIN2013 APR 9
Comments
Lady Thatcher remembered

Give us back our country

29 MIN2013 APR 7
Comments
Give us back our country

Tony Abbott faces Richo & Alan Jones on renewable energy and CSG mining - 3 April 2013

On Foxtel's Sky News programme "Richo" on 3 April 2013 Opposition leader Tony Abbott faced tough questioning from Graham Richardson and 2GB's Alan Jones, ranging over renewable energy and CSG mining on prime agricultural land as well as superannuation changes.

12 MIN2013 APR 6
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Tony Abbott faces Richo & Alan Jones on renewable energy and CSG mining - 3 April 2013

Is NSW Premier O'Farrell Supporting Canberra in Gagging Free Speech?

Why is NSW Liberal Premier Barry O’Farrell siding with the Gillard government and Attorney General Nicola Roxon in proposing further restrictions on free speech? Why is Alan Jones to be called before the inquiry Premier O’Farrell set up? To find the answers, Andrew Moore interviewed Alan Jones on 2GB on 16 January 2012.

15 MIN2013 JAN 16
Comments
Is NSW Premier O'Farrell Supporting Canberra in Gagging Free Speech?

States can stop CSG on prime agricultural,urban land - if they want to

In an interview with Alan Jones broadcast on 2GB on 12 December 2012 the NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell, the Premier said he was bound by coal seam gas (CSG) licences and exploration rights on prime agricultural and urban land and even near major dam catchment areas granted by the previous Labor government. If he did, he says, the government would be liable to pay massive compensation. Now in this interview broadcast on 14 December 2012 Alan Jones speaks to CANdo’s Professor David Flint. Flint argues that there is no constitutional or legal barrier to stop the Premier from acting in the way the voters at the last election expected. Parliament, he says, could stop these activities. Indeed he wonders why Parliament did not enact immediately after the last election a Protection of Prime Agricultural and Urban Land (including Water Catchments) Act, 2011 It will be said that if such a law empowered the government to act acts, investors would lose confidence. Some CSG miners who are lustin...

5 MIN2012 DEC 16
Comments
States can stop CSG on prime agricultural,urban land - if they want to

Governments effectively stealing your property - and it's Australia

You think you own the dream property you scrimped to buy? That if it has to be taken for some public purpose, at least you will get fair compensation. Only Marxist, communist states take property without compensation. And that doesn’t happen in Australia . Not in our democracy. Well it does. Beware – governments can effectively steal your property, and give you nothing in return. Not only can they do this, they are doing it now along the New South Wales coast. Another reason why the people must be empowered to make our politicians accountable more than only once in every three or four years. They have to be made accountable on every day, of every week, and of every month. As they are in some other countries. All this is happening in the twenty first century in New South Wales as local councils rezone land as E2 and E3 zones under Local Environmental Plans (LEP’s)authorised by the NSW Parliament under previous Labor governments. The Coalition government has not been in a hurry to ...

8 MIN2012 SEP 23
Comments
Governments effectively stealing your property - and it's Australia

Putting the boot into school cadet soldiers

Caught out trying to stop the funding of troops flying home for Christmas – while ministers fly the world first class going to nothing more than photo opportunities - the Gillard Government has worked out a new way to run down our defences. Now they’re putting the boot into those patriotic school boys and school girls who have volunteered as cadets. There are around 14,000 of them. Now among the core functions of government are the defence of the realm and securing our borders. On both counts this Gillard government has failed. They’ve reduced defence spending to the disastrous levels which prevailed when we went, unprepared, into the Second World War. They’ve thrown the borders open to illegal immigrants who are housed by the taxpayer, who invite in their relatives and most of whom are unemployed and on welfare even after five years here. Among some groups the employment rate is less than 10%. The Gillard government has showered the world with so called “aid” to buy a next to...

2 MIN2012 SEP 19
Comments
Putting the boot into school cadet soldiers

Is that a rogue poll?

Four polls came out today and Labor is celebrating. Prematurely I think. Of the four, Newspoll alone gives Labor any comfort. Perhaps Mr. O’Shaughnessy should have run it again. Newpoll puts the two parties equal at 50:50. This is an improbable - but not impossible jump from last time. This result was 45: 50 in favour of the Coalition. What makes it look like a rogue poll is that all the other polls say the Coalition would win at least comfortably, although there is a warning in one aspect of Morgan. Newspoll says Julia Gillard is easily preferred as prime minister, rising from 39:38 to 46:32. Her disapproval rating fell 5 points from 57 to 52, and her approval rating rose similarly from 31 to to 36. Tony Abbott’s hardly changed – falling one point to an approval rating of 30% and rising up one on his disapproval rating to 60%. Nielsen says the Coalition prevails comfortably in the two party preferred 53:47. Worse for the government, Labor friendly Essential agrees but at 55:45. ...

6 MIN2012 SEP 17
Comments
Is that a rogue poll?

People's power prevails -govt.backflip

Congratulations. People power - including the petition many of you signed on this site - has worked. The government has taken notice of your message to stop kicking our soldiers, sailors and airmen in the guts. They've given in – they've reinstated free flights home for single defence personnel over 21. Opposition spokesman Stuart Robinson MP says it's an embarrassing back flip for the government. He moved a motion in the House to disallow the regulations, and the government caved in. Now, he says, Australian sailors, soldiers and airmen and women can plan their leave While the budget measure was aimed at single defence personnel over 21, it was clear from what was being said that the Gillard government had younger and married personnel in their sights. This was decided while ministers and bureaucrats were happy to fly the world in first or business class, staying in five-star accommodation for talkfests, the communiqués for which have been written in advance. These important meet...

1 MIN2012 SEP 14
Comments
People's power prevails -govt.backflip

Land sterilisation-it's official

3 MIN2012 SEP 13
Comments
Land sterilisation-it's official